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Thread: Middle Name for Lane
October 23rd, 2012 05:10 AM #1Junior Member
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Middle Name for Lane
Being a big fan of Mad Men (can't be alone here) I have a name obsession with Lane. I have a daughter already named Juniper Elizabeth and I think it would fit well with it. I am looking for a strong, masculine, maybe even traditional name to go with it. Can anyone provide me with some inspiration?
Thanks Berries!!Mother to:
Juniper Elizabeth 17.04.2011
Gus Berlin (Family Rabbit)
October 23rd, 2012 06:06 AM #3Senior Member
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Juniper Elizabeth is gorgeous! Such a bouncy yet elegant and lovely name to say. Unfortunately I'm yet to see Mad Men, so this does happen to the first time I've ever considered Lane's use on a boy. And you know what, I actually really like it! It's got a certain charm to it.
Lane Marcelo, Lane Wilder, Lane Alexander, Lane James, Lane Francisco, Lane Sebastian, Lane William, Lane Archibald, Lane Theodore, Lane Fletcher, Lane Jack, Lane Harrison, Lane Magnus, Lane Edward, Lane Truman, Lane Maximilian, Lane Barker, Lane Julius, Lane Atticus, Lane West, Lane Conrad, Lane Warner, Lane August, Lane Morrison, Lane Dexter, Lane Forrest, Lane Smith, Lane Adrian, Lane Cedric, Lane Apollo, Lane Leonardo, Lane Raymond, Lane Charles, Lane Cassius, Lane Maxwell, Lane Caspian, Lane Samson.
My favourite combinations would be Lane Alexander, Lane Archibald, Lane Smith, Lane Edward & Lane Leonardo
Last edited by minisia; October 23rd, 2012 at 06:10 AM.
October 23rd, 2012 08:38 AM #5Senior Member
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Lane has been at the top of my boy's list for a few years now (and my husband is actually on board!). I know some people don't like alliteration, but I happen to think it sounds handsome, and my initial choices were:
Then more recently I began to consider using family names for the middle name, so we were looking at:
I think just about any two-syllable name sounds good with Lane! Unfortunately my mother-in-law hates hates HATES the name Lane because she is concerned he will be called "lame," and she has brought it up several times over the past year and a half (and we're not even pregnant with our first!). Didn't let her deter me, but now I'm leaning toward a different name anyway. But I will always have a soft spot for Lane!
October 23rd, 2012 09:23 AM #7